Ionic Vision - Neumaschinen
Old School EBM Ionic Vision's latest and sixth release is the album 'Neumaschinen'. The album includes 17 tracks where 4 of them are remixes, made by for example Black Wedding, System Syn and Swedish CAP.

The album is a renaissance back to the simple, heavy and monotonous Oldschool EBM, which Nitzer Ebb played in the beginning of their career. Less time has been put on the production and more on the feeling and this is something you can hear in a positive way. It smells like oil and electricity in a sweet and nice way. Heavy, dull loops and powerful voices create a mood of aggressiveness and desperation. The titles are about war, love and injustice. The only thing that lacks is that some of the tracks disappear in the numbers on this 17 track album. Maybe you should have taken away a few parts to create a better impression of wholeness.

The album includes a lot of fantastic tracks like "My cell", "In the news" and the track "Drive" that has to be obvious on the heavier dance floors. It's strange to me that the DJ's on the Swedish dance floors hasn't seen this Belgian band yet. Nitzer Ebb is so well known in the clubs that it's time for Ionic Vision to take over and pass them.
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Ionic Vision - Neumaschinen

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2002 by Machineries of Joy
Ionic Vision's latest and sixth release is the album 'Neumaschinen'. The album includes 17 tracks where 4 of them are remixes, made by for example Black Wedding, System Syn and Swedish CAP.

The album is a renaissance back to the simple, heavy and monotonous Oldschool EBM, which Nitzer Ebb played in the beginning of their career. Less time has been put on the production and more on the feeling and this is something you can hear in a positive way. It smells like oil and electricity in a sweet and nice way. Heavy, dull loops and powerful voices create a mood of aggressiveness and desperation. The titles are about war, love and injustice. The only thing that lacks is that some of the tracks disappear in the numbers on this 17 track album. Maybe you should have taken away a few parts to create a better impression of wholeness.

The album includes a lot of fantastic tracks like "My cell", "In the news" and the track "Drive" that has to be obvious on the heavier dance floors. It's strange to me that the DJ's on the Swedish dance floors hasn't seen this Belgian band yet. Nitzer Ebb is so well known in the clubs that it's time for Ionic Vision to take over and pass them. Jan 01 2002

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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